Fukushima Much Worse than Chernobyl
Will civility break down
Japanese are well-known for their polite ways. In the wake of the triple disasters that hit Japan recently, this image might change.
Hundreds of people evacuated from towns and villages close to the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant are being turned away by medical institutions and emergency shelters as fears of radioactive contagion catch on.
The Fukushima nuclear crises can be much worse that Chernobyl according to Professor Christopher Busby, of the European Committee on Radiation Risks.
The exclusion zone should be expanded to 100 km and it will affect 3 million. At 200km it’s another 7 million. The current exclusion zone is only 20-30 km.
The radiation levels in the seawater near the Fukushima plant continue to rise. They’re now more than 3.5 thousand times higher than normal.
Radioactive material has also been detected in soil at the facility.
- Deconstructing Nuclear Experts: Are They Misleading Us On Fukushima? (businessinsider.com)
- “When the Fukushima Meltdown Hits Groundwater” and related posts (wwwwsonneteighteencom.blogspot.com)
- Japan to Seal Fukushima Wreckage in Resin (slog.thestranger.com)
- “Fukushima-Daiichi â€œAs Serious As Chernobylâ€” and related posts (wwwwsonneteighteencom.blogspot.com)
- Chernobyl was 25 years ago (mikethepsych.wordpress.com)